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Re: new garden

Message from Hilshils

In forum: Identify a plant

First...my first guess was viburnum, but checking the Cornus Alba ‘sibirica’ I think that might be it. 2nd honeysuckle, third not sure, a very young plant...wait and see the flowers?

  • Posted: Fri. 4th September 2020 14:51

Re: new garden

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

The first is one of the many varieties of Viburnum, and the second a honeysuckle. I am not sure of the third, but would check out kiwi fruit vine.

  • Posted: Sat. 22nd August 2020 12:42

Re: What tree is this please

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Mrs Finch, a helpful follower on our social media says:

"This looks very much like Viburnum lantana."

Hope that helps?

Cheers,
Nicola

  • Posted: Fri. 21st August 2020 07:21

All leaves brown and crispy and falling off.......aghhh

Question from Mike Hibberd

In forum: Green gardening

Hi,

I have a Japanese snowball 'Kilimanjaro' (Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Kilimanjaro')and last year I moved from pot to bed and the leaves have recently (last 3-4 weeks) have gone brown and dyed.

The location is in an old raised bed with other plants the are doing well like; golden dog wood, Japanese spirea and a small Katsura tree....i mention these as I'm a novice and trying to give view of the soil and exposure.

Can you help please.

  • Posted: Sun. 9th August 2020 20:10

Re: Shrub I.D.

Message from Simon Hickmott

In forum: Identify a plant

It's Guelder Rose, Viburnum opulus, one of our finest hedgerow shrubs. Autumn colour and bright berries will follow.

  • Posted: Sat. 8th August 2020 21:56

Re: Can anyone identify this plant please?

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Angela, some suggestions are:

"Is it an Osmanthus ?? Osmanthus Burkwoodii it looks like?"
"VIBURNUM X HILLIERI 'WINTON'"

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Mon. 6th July 2020 07:38

Re: What is this tree/shrub

Message from Mrs. S. M. Bentley

In forum: Identify a plant

Winter flowering viburnum. Not sure which. V.'Dawn'?
Think you might find it better pruned some old growths at ground level.

  • Posted: Thu. 28th May 2020 20:22

Re: Identify this plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Ann,

A few replies from our followers on social media for you

"Chinese Snowball Viburnum"
"snowball plant ... part of the viburnam group...p.s. they are stunning in the garden the flowers are amazing i have mine flowering now :)"
"Guelder Rose Viburnum opulus"

  • Posted: Wed. 27th May 2020 08:49

Re: Please identify this shrub

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Another vote for that on our social media ... "Looks like a viburnum.. has white flower clusters.. Viburnum Eve Price?"

Another suggestion:
"I'd say that was a Philadelphus (mock orange)"

"Looks very much like a philadelphus that’s been pruned back and sent up water shoots"

"Philadelphus after Winter pruning"

  • Posted: Sun. 19th April 2020 08:10

Re: New gardener needs help identifying plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Fiona, welcome to gardening and to Shoot! A very helpful follower on our social media think this is

"Viburnum Birkwoodii x"and another agrees "You pipped me to it! My dad had one in his garden"
"Beautiful! scent ... smells like jasmin"

Other suggestions are" Viburnum variety, it looks like a Viburnum plicatum Mariesii"

"Spice viburnum"
"I would say viburnum carlesii."

"Looks like Viburnum carlesii also known as arrowwood."
"Viburnum burkwoodii?"
"Viburnum carlesii or Viburnum carlecephyllum, methinks."

"Arrowood, also called Korean spice (like the comments above it is in the Viburnum category) It has red buds then blooms to a pretty pink flower like in your picture and then produces a small red fruit that ripens to a black color in autumn!"

"And super fragranced too... a couple of clients have had them... gorgeous!"
"Such pretty flowers"

Hope that helps?

Happy Easter weekend.
Nicola

  • Posted: Fri. 10th April 2020 12:43

Re: Anyone know what plant this is?

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

One of the Viburnums?

  • Posted: Tue. 15th January 2019 07:33

Re: Hi all,, anyone know this scented evergreen?

Message from Carol

In forum: New member

I think it's one of the viburnums. Not sure which variety.

  • Posted: Fri. 12th October 2018 19:45

Re: Can anyone tell me what this is?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

viburnum rhytidophyllum.

  • Posted: Mon. 18th June 2018 14:58

Re: Viburnum or Hydrangea

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

Google high bush cranberry, the flowers are sterile and the leaves are similar, there are quite a few viburnums with tormentosum in their name.They get red berries in fall.

  • Posted: Sun. 10th June 2018 01:50

Re: Viburnum or Hydrangea

Message from pauline

In forum: Identify a plant

I think you’re right and it’s viburnum acerifolium. It can’t be viburnum plicatum tomentosum, whose leaves are quite different.

  • Posted: Fri. 8th June 2018 06:56

Re: Viburnum or Hydrangea

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

could be viburnum plicatum tormentosum or high bush cranberry.

  • Posted: Thu. 7th June 2018 14:57

Viburnum or Hydrangea

Photo from Peter

In forum: Identify a plant

Thought it might be Viburnum acerifolium. The leaf is quite similar but the flower is more lacecap Hydrangea.

Its about 6 ft high in shady position.

Any help identifying this appreciated

  • Posted: Thu. 7th June 2018 09:52

Re: Very Mature Viburnum Bodnantense Dawn partially died - can I save it?

Message from Mrs. S. M. Bentley

In forum: Trees and shrubs

My experience of elderly viburnums is that they recover well, if slowly, from being cut down

  • Posted: Tue. 5th June 2018 08:26

Very Mature Viburnum Bodnantense Dawn partially died - can I save it?

Question from Vivien Tavener

In forum: Trees and shrubs

My Viburnum Bodnantense Dawn is about 30 years old and approx. 10 feet tall. Over the years I have taken off the lower branches to lift the canopy which has worked really well. However after last winter two of the large trunks growing from ground level appear to have died and I am worried that I might lose the whole plant which would leave a huge gap. Any ideas if the rest of the plant might survive - it looks healthy apart from the two trunks that have died. Thank you very much.

  • Posted: Sun. 3rd June 2018 18:12

Re: Mystery (to us!)

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

It looks like viburnum bodnantense, winter blooming, fragrant with pink flowers

  • Posted: Tue. 29th May 2018 02:43